If you could go back in time and change one aspect of your cycling, what would it be?

If you might return in time and alter one element of your cycling, what would it be?Time travel is not an avenue we recommend exploring, unless you occur to stumble across Doc Brown and his DeLorean or can ride your bike at 88mph. However it’s fun to recall and think exactly what could have been if scenarios were various or if you were as worldly-wise as you are now. We recently asked Biking Weekly readers what aspect of their … See all stories on this subject Joost’s Tradition resides on With J9 Foundation at Liberty Winelands Encounter The memory of Springbok rugby

legend Joost van der Westhuizen will hover over the Liberty Winelands Encounter

from 21-23 April when the J9 Foundation cycling team takes part in the occasion for the first time. Provided by ASG Occasions in collaboration with STANLIB, the three-stage mountain bike race takes riders through amazing trails in the Western … See all stories on this subject Pro MTB Rider Brendan Fairclough On The Joys Of Getting Muddy Roadway biking is a great method to invest your time, however every now and then– when there’s a moon or something– even eager riders will experience a hankering to ditch the rolling Tarmac in favour of something a little bumpier. And enjoying the new film Deathgrip, which features professional mountain bike rider Brendan Fairclough taking on a range o. See all stories on this topic Woolcock, Kruger set pace in Winelands race Quickest out of the blocks on the early Botmaskop climb from Stellenbosch, Waylon Woolcock and HB Kruger stamped their mark on the opening phase of the three-day Liberty Winelands Encounter today. Although the BCX set were pushed sometimes, they eventually escaped about midway through the phase to take the top spot

on the podium after completing … See all stories on this subject


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